tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX April 16, 2017 7:00am-10:01am PDT
this is ktvu fox news mornings on 2 weekend. >> welcome to mornings on 2. it's easter sunday. good morning. we may have a bit of rain on this easter sunday. first, lets share some headlines, we continue to follow the effects of yesterday's protest in berkeley, several people remain in jail this morning after several people were arrested. we have a live report coming up. a busy sports sunday, four
home games happening today including the warriors quest for a championship. it's also game three of the stanley cup playoffs. also on this east easter sunday, millions of the faithful are celebrating across the world including the pope delivering mass. it may also mean going outside, rain is looming in the forecast in the forecast
pattern in place as we get into your easter sunday and ung settled weather into the week ahead. >> thank you. topping the news, after a difficult day of protests, the situation is calm in berkeley this morning but there are some lingering questions about the protests and the berkeley police response. we are live with the latest on the protests and how the police handled it this time around. >> reporter: good morning, the protests are over and the streets are quiet but there is evidence, some debris on the streets. we are in mlk civic park where the protests occurred yesterday. across the street is the police headquarters. this morning, many are saying that the police did not intervene enough to prevent the
violence yesterday. berkeley police are reporting that 11 people were injured, seven badly enough to be taken to the hospital. 20 arrests why made including two warrant arrests, they are trying to work with the public to make more arrests, we were on hand as i watched the police search for backpacks, but the hundreds of protestors used their feet and fire crackers as weapons. the city said the police handled each person individually. >> how we handled something last night is not necessarily how we handle it this time. >> reporter: the lead up to the protest was hyped up on social media. coming back to our live picture, united protests had a
permit to use the park. the protests spilled out at the streets. there was not much property damage, you can see that there is some graffiti on the side of the high school. there is still some garbage on the streets but for the most part, the streets are calm and clear in berkeley. >> reporter: i heard you got some tear gas in your eyes. >> reporter: that's right. we were in the crowd yesterday. for a while, we moved in. i am going to give you a look here, this is the area where the two sides met. at times, the clashes got violent. there were clashes between the two sides, then the police
tried to pull the sides apart. if the issues were too intense, they separated the crowds with tear gas, there are still some questions particularly online where people are criticizing the police saying that they did not intervene to keep the sides apart and prevent the violence yesterday. >> thank you christian. new this morning, vallejo police said two teenagers were injured in a house party yesterday at a home on calhoun street. nine teenagers were injured. police are looking for two suspects who were racing away from the scene. police have arrested a man
that sold a football that was sold at auction for 3500. patrick van lam was arrested yesterday. he attended a fundraising dinner last week where he worked worked. the police are look for two other persons of interest. the event was a benefit for orphans with special needs. firefighters were able to get a fire under control in the area. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. north korea launched a missile from its east coast, but it failed. the country attempted to launch a missile but it exploded on
the launch pad almost immediately. the launch comes after the country celebrated the 150th birthday of the country's founder. >> if the united states recklessly provokes us, our revolutionary power will strike the enemy, we will take all of the action we have regardless of whether the united states provokes us with full scale war or nuclear war. >> president donald trump is not releasing any statements on the launch. the death toll in afghanistan continues to rise after the united states used the mother of all bombs to dismantle a series of tunnels built and used by isis, there are six to 800 isis fighters in
afghanistan. vice president mike pence arrived in south korea as part of a 10 day trip to asia. he is expected to join the united states and south korean troops for easter sunday church services, there is talk that president donald trump may also visit south korea as his first international visit. all right, how would you like to spend easter on the slopes, a lot of people are doing that. we are going to tell you about the conditions in tahoe. also the reason that the ski season is ending soon. >> also, warning of a potential hazard
what a beautiful picture, a beautiful start to the morning. we have a lot of cloud cover but we still have a beautiful sun rise, it's dry right now, that's going to change. >> if you are going to sun rise service, look at that, that's beautiful. >> we have a beautiful forecast, soggy later in the morning. a new report is warning that hundreds of buildings in marin county could face flooding woes, not because of rain but because of rising sea levels, how that could change the landscape in the north bay.
>> it's a huge study detailing what planners see as marin's more aquatic future. many areas will be flooded by the end of the century when the water is expected to be 5 feet higher than now. >> what adaptation opses do we want to consider and what is best for the future? >> you look at where our infrastructure is, there is a lot along the shoreline. >> reporter: that includes the water front. the sea level rise will take a huge toll on city, county and state parks including the mill valley path, the lagoon, all of them could be gone. >> we have great coastal
resources, trails and marshes if we do not do anything about sea level rise, there will be no marsh there. restoration of the wet lands actually presents a real solution. >> at the same time that we are protecting the environment, we are protecting the planet from climate change. >> reporter: the runoff could hasten sea level rise. >> a lot of the locations flood from underground pipes. >> reporter: marin will hold three public information meetings before the end of the month where the public can add to the county's way forward. >> thank you, tom. it's been one of those years, i guess more rain is
coming. if you have an easter celebration today, grab an umbrella. >> we are starting with mainly dry conditions, we have a system that will work its way into the bay area, bringing a few scattered showers later this morning, as we get into the afternoon, it becomes more widespread, if you are out and about, you are going to need the umbrella. you can see this system west of us getting the brunt of this. we are likely to see rain by the end of the day. here's all of that gray, you can see it off the coast line, if you are thinking about being out and about, it's going to be breezy along the coast line, rainfall amounts, not a big storm but enough to get us wet. half inch or less expected. the further south you go, the
less i get. areas over the south bay may pickup just a bit. snow levels in the sierras at six thoi feet. the only advisory in place is for wind, there is a lake wind advisory. we are now into 10:00 and we are still seeing just the possibility of a few scattered showers. by noontime, it picks up along the coast and the north bay, then as we get into the afternoon, the showers are widespread. the giants game and a's game going, bring the umbrella. the rain tippers off into tonight. right now 47 in walnut creek. 54 in oakland. 53 in san francisco. 44 santa rosa, 46 in novato.
upper 50s to lower 60s this afternoon. 59 in san francisco, mid 60s for portions of the south bay and east bay. 65 in fremont, 65 in san jose. there will be a southerly breeze, 15 to 20 miles per hour into the afternoon, just expect, not only soggy but breezy, here's a look at the extended forecast. we get past today, mostly cloudy, a chance of showers on tuesday, mostly cloudy on wednesday and just in case you have not had enough rain, there is a chance on thursday. >> no kidding? the long range forecast, sunshine eventually. >> next weekend looks good. sunny and 70s. >> thank you. >> it's all good. we need the rain. president donald trump delivered his weekly address
from the white house this morning. the commented on the passover and easter holidays. >> another day of faith and celebration upon us, christians celebrate the resurrection of christ. this is a season of great hope. this week jewish families across our country and around the world celebrate passover and retell the story of god's deliverance of the jewish people. thank you, god bless you and god bless america. it's one of the holiest days in the christian calendar. people across the globe are attending easter services and thousands are flooding the
vatican to hear pope francis' easter mass, he is urging world leaders to prevent the spread of conflicts. this is at saint peter's square where people are talking and taking in the sights and sounds on this easter sunday in europe. >> that's beautiful. a massive reserve of water under the state of california. >> get ready for a busy sports day in the bay area, we have warriors and sharks and some afternoon baseball for the a's and giants, we are going to break it all down when we come back. >> starting tomorrow night, a new option to watch the 11:00 news, next week, right after the 10:00 news, it all kicks off tomorrow night >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
i am ready coach. all right, more sports coming your way, 70 years ago this week, jackie robinson brock the color barrier. for the a's, first home run, that's nice, then huston scores eight runs,alex guess one. huston goes up. then there is more springer with a two run home run: . the giants are in last place, the rockies playing hard ball yesterday. dustin the shot and that's out.
that's colorado going up two - nothing on this video. watch this, he goes back, goes back and runs right into the wall. he hurts his shoulder and goes right for the ball. giants, not getting it done. the rockies get the shut out. same two teams again today in san francisco. tonight, it's the sharks hosting the oilers for game three of their opening round nhl playoff. the series is tied at one game a piece and the sharks could be in a toss ip battle tonight. the game begins at 7:00 at san jose's sap center. a legally blind athlete will use new technology to run
in the boston marathon. the runner wears a pair of google glasses, the app is connected to one who can see everything that is going on and they guide the person. >> i am nervous and anxious, i am eager to see how it turns out. >> the app works beyond the marathon as long as someone can see his point of view, he can be guided in and around any place in the united states. >> so many inspirational runners in the marathon. tonight is the big carb loading. then the marathon tomorrow. >> stay with us, coming up, the deadliest school shooting in
conditions could not be more ideal. >> i expecting a killer day, the powder is just slamming. >> dude, love it. >> okay. >> good stuff. you better hurry if you want to take advantage of that wonderful snow up there, many resource are being -- resorts are being forced to close soon because of contracts they have with the forest service. today is the last day for kirkwood skiing and snow boarding but many our mountains plan to stay open through the fourth of july. >> that seems like such a shame. >> a lot of people say, when they get the sunshine, they just want to go to the beach. welcome to mornings on 2. lets check in on the weather.
hopefully you have something fun planned for the day. whether it's indoors watching sports or outdoors, egg hunting, we have some rain on the way. if you are going outdoors, morning is the better time. santa rosa, 44 degrees, lever more 49. mid 50s san jose, we had a beautiful sun rise this morning, a beautiful gold color to the sky, right now mostly cloudy conditions over san francisco and rain on the way. here's a look at storm tracker two and the system that will bring us a few scattered showers for the first part of the day. the showers increase into the afternoon, if you do not see it now, it's still off the coast line, we are waking up mainly dry, this is the easter forecast, if you are going to
be out this morning, chances are you have mostly cloudy skies but the rain is going to hold off. by noontime, it begins to move ashore, it's over the north bay at this point. for this afternoon, all of us have an opportunity of getting the scattered showers. here's the rainy expect we are going to get. .1 inches. it's enough to get us wet. we have a soggy pattern as we get into not only sunday but the first part of the week. when i come back i will look at the afternoon highs expected and what you can expect as we get into the extended forecast. >> thank you. california highway patrol is investigating a deadly crash in gilroy and southern santa clara county. it was reported near highway 152, the crash involved an suv and a motorcycle but it's not
clear who was killed. california highway patrol is investigating another fatal crash, this one in the santa cruz mountains. a car went off a cliff on bear creek road yesterday afternoon, it's not clear who died in that car. today is the 10th anniversary of the deadliest school shooting. a gunman shot and killed 30 to people at virginia tech. this weekend, the university is honoring those that were killed. yesterday, thousands of people took part in a run. today there will be a candlelight vigil and a moment of silence. >> a home in redwood city caught fire for the second time in a 24 hours period. this is video of the fire here, this is the same home that was
fully engulfed friday afternoon. nobody was hurt, an investigation is now underway. >> new details this morning out of fremont where a massive fire erupted. 35 vehicles were effected. crews were called to a report of a fire at insurance auto auctions, smoke could be seen from miles around. sky fox was overhead as crews worked to put the fire out. the cause of the fire is still under investigation, no injuries were reported. governor brown is taking action in a spring tradition timed to coincide with the easter holiday. late yesterday, the governor pardons 72 convicts. all of those pardoned have completed their sentences and
he commuted the sentences of seven prisoners making them eligible for parole. now to uc davis where students voted to make the display of the flag optional at meetings. the new rule said flying the flag should not be forced because the concept of patriotism is different for everyone. the san francisco zoo has said good by to its popular bear liu, liu who was one of the oldest bears in captivity. he was 36 ears -- years old and died on friday. he was the only polar bear at the zoo. there are plans to design and
build a new polar bear facility. >> that was a nice moment. she was happy there. a 10 year old boy from northern california is back playing basketball after undergoing an unusual operation at stanford children's hospital. >> rob spoke with the boy whose ankle now functions as his knee. >> reporter: chris loves basketball. that's him in a recent game. >> i am good at dribbling and shooting and defense too. >> reporter: also pretty courageous, his left foot now functions as his left knee, it does not bother him a bit. two years ago, doctors diagnosed chris with bone cancer in his leg. >> i was sad and a little bit angry and disappointed.
>> reporter: chris had the option of keeping his weakened leg but he could not move well or he could have a rare procedure that would give him more mobility. >> it was his body so we encouraging him to take ownership of that decision. >> reporter: the decision was a proar called rotation p -- procedure called rotation plasty. >> it's challenging for the patient and the doctor. it's not like you will necessarily meet other kids with it but it's a wonderful operation in the specific stance of a growing child with a malignant bone tumor. >> i did not care how it looked, i just wanted to be
active. >> reporter: chris will have to get a new prosthetic every year but other than that, his future looks bright. >> i would not wish for anything better. >> thank you rob. he is a remarkable young man. you know, he said, i do not care how it looks, i just want to play basketball and walk. how about some hoops, it's a big day, or argues cle arena will be packed. -- oracle arena will be packed. >> kevin durant is back and he is anxious to start the post season with his team and begin
the quest for the championship. >> it's not about me, it's about the group. one player does not win or lose the championship, you do it as a group. we get that. >> it's going to be a busy day in oakland. you have the a's playing in oakland. people are going to be told to take transportation, get on bart. the worries kick off at 12:30 as beet games start at the same time -- both games start at the same time. >> reporter: if you are looking for something to do today, easter sunday, there is a lot of its tough to try to figure out if there is anything to do. the warriors game, the a's game , the oracle arena, a sea of
gold, last minute preparations underway, i have not seen this in the past. i can see that they are actually using a level, right now, to make sure that the hoop is perfectly level and ready for tonight's game. i have never seen that before. you can see all of the details matter here for today's western conference playoff game. that came set to tipoff at 12:30 against the trail blazers, you know the warriors are heavily favored in this series. but that does not mean that the warriors are taking it lightly. they said this is the nba, if they made it to the playoffs they are a good team and anything can happen in the playoffs. kevin durant looking healthy so the warriors' chances look good. we are expecting the first fans
to start showing up shortly, it should be a great day for some basketball here, this morning we have early morning preps. i think i would try a shot you but i do not know. >> i do not know. >> ra you going to do it. >> -- are you going to do it? >> lets see it. >> reporter: i would, but i cannot do it this morning because they are working op the basket. we will have to see later. >> -- working on the basket. we will have to see later. there is a lot of great stuff going on at the arena. tickets are still available, the warriors have put out a
fraud alert because if you get tickets, make sure you get them from a real dealer, it's easy to wind up with bogus tickets. especially on easter sunday. >> any idea what the seats are going for? >> reporter: i don't know. a lot. >> all right christian. maybe the next live shot. if you are going to the game, be prepared for a lot of traffic. the warriors take on the blazers at 1230. the a's are facing the astros next door at the coliseum. you may want to take bart. officials from both teams suggest using public transportation or car pooling, but get there early. we can at least tell you that.
we have wet weather on the way, i have a look at what you can expect coming up. a recent study finds that san francisco is the number one destination for millennials, the study is based on the responses of 1,000 people ages 18 - 35. also 41% of millennials are so called vacation movers, they move to a city without the intention of staying therm permanently. in addition to san francisco, other top millennial moving destinations are los angeles, seattle and chicago. >> the menlo park fire department is on a hiring spree. they have brought on 30 new employees in the past two years, a booming local economy and a lot of local growth means
that the city needs to grow too. >> reporter: carl has gone from professional surfer to firefighter. >> i was a little kid. when i was asked what i wanted to do, i said firefighter and i meant it. >> reporter: now the men low fire department is filling 10 more positions and 500 people applied. >> it's hard to get here, it's expensive to live here, we pay better but for firefighters, if you want to live a distance away, it's time back and fourth driving. >> reporter: the department's hiring spree is making up for a few things, a rash of retirements and a wave the growth in the area including
facebook's extension. >> we cannot say, wait until we are ready, our problem is we have to be ready when things are built. it's a difficult timing challenge. >> reporter: for those looking to get hired, it's not easy, there is a written test, a polygraph and medical evaluations. >> probation is a year long and 30 years of the job after that. there is the stress and the pressure of doing the best that i can when i am here. >> reporter: the process of narrowing the field of candidates has already begun, they hope to have people in place by september. the owners of a historic bank in downtown san francisco are having a hard time attracting tenets. the old bank at mcalister and
jones streets survived the earthquake. it's still on the represental market after a year. the owners plan to lease parts of the building floor by floor now to attract tenets. >> there is going to be an innovative idea coming soon. >> it could be a restaurant or a law office or department store, it has all sorts of flexibility. >> rent for parts of the building start at $8,000 a month depending on the size. >> wow. considering that a lot of one bedrooms are almost four, that's not -- $4,000, that's not that bad maybe. if you want to enjoy the weather on easter, you node a jump start. >> unless you like playing in the puddles or singing in the
rain. >> you can do that too. >> we have gray skies and dry conditions right now. the system remains offshore. scattered showers on the way for the morning hours and they become more widespread into the afternoon. here's a look at storm tracker two. northern california has the brunt of the moisture. we will get our fair share. no advisories in place. in tahoe, sunday afternoon there is a lake wind advisory but nothing for the roadways getting up the hills. giving you a look at the gray skies overhead, we have a bit of rain on the north edge of sonoma county but it's not much. this system is going to bring us maybe .1 inches for the south bay and the rest of us
consist see .25 inches. we will turn breezy for the afternoon, especially along the coast line, the sierras snow levels are about 7,000 feet. maybe they could drop down to 6,000 feet but no advisories in place. here's the future cast. we have a bit of drizzle by 10:00. scattered showers are a possibility especially over the north bay, the central and south bay are dry but by noontime it begins to pickup a bit. if ir going to -- you are going to see the giants or the a's play, bring the rain gear, widespread scattered showers in the forecast. as we get into the evening hours, the rain tapers off, temperatures this morning, cooler in the north bay, 44 in santa rosa, 52 in san francisco. 54 in oakland. 55, san jose, we are not seeing
a warm day, upper 50s some lower 60s in the forecast. 59 san rafael. 65 in fremont. san jose, maybe feeling a bit muggy. if you are seeing the a's playing this afternoon, rain is a possibility for the second half of the game. 63 degrees for a high. a little cool and breezy, when you get inside. of the coliseum, you should be okay but the parking lot will be breezy for tailgating. so we are wet today. soggy tomorrow and tuesday scattered showers, mostly cloudy wednesday. thursday too. >> same things in the forecast. >> the temperatures do not budget a lot. upper 60s in the forecast. >> not so bad, just not a lot
of sun. >> it will come. >> it's 7:51. the department of water resources eepped up the sealed bids to repair the oroville spillway. the work will cost around $220 million. the bids, one for $275 million. another $276 million and one for $344 million. in berkeley, a portion of westbound tunnel rode he mains closed after a sinkhole opened up between bridge and vicente roads, drivers are being asked to avoid the area. no word on when the westbound side of the road reopens. the united states
geological survey said the united states may be able to tap into brak ish water -- brackish water into the future. the cost of the water desalination is dropping enough to be cost effective. up next, a football stolen at a charity auction, signed by jerry rice. an investigation into who took the football. >> helping animals in need, the increased demand thanks to the storms that continue to move through california >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
. welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. we have new video of large funnel clouds forming over the panhandle in texas. severe weather hit the area friday night with witnesses reporting half a dozen tornades touching down in the region. local authorities said that the system left behind broken power lines and damaged several homes. a strange story out of the land down under. three baby koalas stolen from a home of a care giver. the orphans were part of a
group of 11 11 kangaroos being cared for, they are in need of medication and they are too young to fend for themselves. no leads as tor where they are. sacramento's wildlife care association said that the winter storms has led to an increase in animals turning up at their centers especially baby owls, some of them were blown out of their nests during the strong rains, the wildlife association helps them grow and releases them back into the wild. two jeep drivers in oregon took matters into their own hands, they boxed a car in to a guy that took two parking
spaces and then waited for him to come out. he evenlily crawls through the hatch back of his car to back it up. the video has gone viral. nobody is sure if it was a setup or the real deal. >> that happened to me in san francisco at a parking garage. i put it on facebook and i got 200 hits on it. people just saying, what happened, what can you do? >> i do not know. 16 more wins and the warriors will be nba champs. we have a live report as the quest to bring back another title starts today. meanwhile, tensions between the united states and north
mornings on 2 weekend. good morning. happy easter. >> what a nice picture. but more rain is coming, we are going to talk about that in a moment, first we have some news items to tell you about. yesterday in berkeley we continue to follow the effects of the protestors that clashed near the campus, seller people remain in jail after things got violent yesterday afternoon, one person was stabbed and several taken to the hospital. the cleanup continues for civic center park and the surrounding streets. a busy sports sunday across the bay area with four home games happening, that includes the warriors kicking off their quest for a championship today, also the sharks take the ice for game three of the stanley
cup playoffs later tonight. the giants are at home and the a's are at home. a lot of people will be watching sports in a big way, also of course it's easter sunday, pope francis delivered mass this morning at a packed saint peter's square, also you may be going out for easter egg hunts, but rain is looming in the forecast. >> it's coming. some people like the rain, if your little one enjoys it, put on the rain boots. this is a look at the bridges, we are off to a mostly cloudy but dry start. that is going to change into the second part of the morning and especially by the archg. lets-- afternoon. we are at 48 in santa rosa, 51
in san francisco. 57 oakland. lower 50s livermore. without the sunshine it's going to feel cool out there. the winds are light. here's a look at the system just offshore. we have scattered showers moving in and sticking around for most of sunday. here's a closeup. lake county and the north edge of sonoma is seeing a few sprinkles, it's going to take a few hours over the north bay, for the rest of us, the showers hold off until noontime. temperatures, mid 50s to 60 degrees for the lunch hour. in the afternoon, upper 50s to mid 60s are expected. the chance of rain expected to increase throughout the day. .2 inches expected in the bay area by tonight.
51 degrees in walnut creek right now. when i come back, i have the afternoon highs for the day and as we get into the extended forecast, we see this is not the only rainy day. the warriors getting ready for the first game of the playoffs tonight. crews have been busy putting up the signs all around the arena. the warriors take on the trail blazers. the head coach has a message for all of the fans. >> most importantly as the playoffs begin sunday i want to encourage the fans to bring the energy and the passion and help us win. >> i am with you, coach. >> it's the team's fifth straight appearance in the playoffs. >> christian is at the arena where they are preparing for the big game. >> reporter: preparation is
underway, a lot of people are excited about today's game against the trail blazers. you can see the crews working on the court to get ready for today's game. a lot of last minute preparation, we saw them out with a level to make sure that the hoop was perfect, that's the kind of attention to detail you expect for the playoffs. we have been talking about the game today, there is a lot of excitement about it. they are anticipating a sell out today. if you pull back here you can see right now we are in section 221, rows one, two and three, we just checked to see if seats were available. these are available. the ticket price, $130 a seat. but it's manageable if you are a fan, look at the view, not
that bad, you can see that you can see the court and the action. it's exciting to watch the warriors play, it's even more exciting to watch them playing live. if you are interested in attending, tickets still available but the ticket prices range. we found these for $130, but court side seats, $7,000 a seat for some. but if you can do that, enjoy. warriors have a fraud alert issued as you might expect. demand for the tickets go up and people try to make money with fake tickets. if you are interested in buying tickets, go to warriors.com or
ticket master. check this out. we may sit up here. we could especially joy. what do you guys this? >> we need to work on the leg room, we are both over 6 feet. >> talk about the t shirts. in the last few days, 45 people have been setting up the shirts. 19,000 and they are perfect. >> it's an amazing process. you can see the shirts out right now on all of the seats. for the fans, you can look. you see the design this year, i will model this for you, it says, this year, defend our ground. town 17 playoffs. what they are -- 2017 playoffs. they are trying to insure that
the fans get excited and then the place feed off the fans, they want the fans to be energized to maintain that home court advantage through the finals. >> oracle arena is like a college arena, people are excited there. >> we are looking forward to it. >> thank you. see you in a bit. new this morning, police in vallejo said 18 teenagers were wounded at a shooting at a house party on calhoun street where teenagers had gathered for a party. the eight shooting victims are in stable condition. the police are looking for two suspects spotted racing away
from the scene. m milpitas -- in milpitas, police are looking for a man who stole a football from a charity auction, the attended a fundraiser and stole a football signed by jerry rice, patrick van lam stole the football. the benefit was for orphaned children with special needs in china. two people were injured at a motel in san jose on monterey road. firefighters got the fire under control in 30 minutes, we do not know the conditions of the people who were hurt and the cause of the fire is underinvestigation. police said 20 people were
arrested after supporters and opponents of president donald trump clashed on the streets of berkeley and more arrests are possible. >> look out, look out. >> this was the scene yesterday afternoon, several people were hurt in a fight near civic center park. the fights began just before the start of the protrump rally, the violence continued throughout the afternoon. this was the second time in the past two months that there were dueling protests near this park in downtown berkeley. we look at how the police prepared and responded to the demonstration. >> reporter: same park, same clashing demonstrations but the berkeley police said they changed their tactics. >> the same way wree handled something last time is not the same as this time. >> reporter: this time, the police tried to separate the
dueling protests with plastic fencing but the fencing did not stop the protestors from reaching each other. >> one girl pepper sprayed me in the face. >> reporter: police found out about the protests from social media. they published a list of items that are now prohibited in the park. >> metal pipes and baseball bats and wood poles and rocks that can be used as weapons. >> reporter: lots of prohibited items were still brought in along with full soda cans being thrown. the protests also spilled out into the streets. people once again got hurt, 11 people were taken to the hospital and one person was stabbed. >> we are going to try to break it up but that does not meep that the person -- mean that the person will go to jail if
the other person does not want to press charges. >> reporter: when asked if the police handled the protests better we were told this. >> you are asking me to compare two tests and demonstrations, that's not possible because every protest is different. north north korea launched a missile from its eastern coast but the missile exploded on the launch almost immediately. it comes a day after the country celebrated the birthday of their founder. military leaders are still holding their ground against the united states. >> if the united states provokes us, our revolutionary power will strike the enemy to annihilate them. we will hit them regardless of
whether they provoke us with full scale war or nuclear war. >> president donald trump is not releasing any statements after the launch. officials in afghanistan said 100 terrorists from isis are dead. the mother of all bombs was used to dismantle a tunnel built and used by isis. there are between 600 and 800 isis fighters in afghanistan. vice president mike pence arrived in south korea yesterday, it was the start of his trip to the region. he also joined united states and south south korean troops for easter services and dinner. there is talk that president donald trump will visit south
korea as his first international trip. >> coming up, spending easter on the slopes, we talk about the conditions at tahoe and the reason that the ski season is accepting sooner than they would like. >> plus, challenges that tesla employees face when trying to find a spot >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
. welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. on this cloudy sunday morning, we have a new storm on the way. i look at when the storm is expected to arrive. tesla is making some news but this is not the news that they want to make. the company that wants to put an electric car in every driveway is having plenty of trouble with its own parking lot in fremont and palo alto. >> reporter: the billionaire can put a rocket in space and build the world's most wanted electric cars but they cannot fibbing out how -- figure out
how to park their six thoi employees in their 4500 spot lot. according to -- 6,000 employees into thairt 4500 slot lot. country -- their 40 fun hundred lot slot. >> one complaint shows a tesla parking ticket left on a poorly parked car, this was not something that anyone wanted to talk to us about on camera. one employee said he was subject to a confidentiality agreement. >> parking in silicon valley is how you tell how a company is doing, if you having troubles, that means the company is
growing. >> reporter: tesla is still looking add orders for 400,000 of its new model three cars which mean more employees who also need a place to park. a huge lot next to the factory is the site of a major housing development under construction, there are other nearby lots but even if they were available, they would have to be prepared and paved, a lengthy process. >> it's hard to just get a new parking lot. >> reporter: tesla downplayed the problem, they said last year, the city of fremont approved tesla's master plan, they also said they encourage and subsidize the use the mass transit. so at least for now, the cram and jam will still go on even with that. a check of the weather
right now. it's a good start to the day but not such a great finish. >> we are going to need the rain gear at some point today. in san francisco we start out with overcast skies, sprinkles reported in areas over lake county, the scattered showers will increase over the bay area. look at the system off the coast line, perhaps .2 inches. not a huge system but it's enough to wet the pavement and enough to require the umbrella. the system is offshore for the most part. maybe a bit of drizzleover the north county coast line, for most of us, a dry start to the morning. then we get into the second part of the morning, widespread
showers over the north bay, north bay, rain free for the first part of the day. by 1:00, that starts to change. for the a's game and the giants game, we have some rain in the afternoon, here by 3:00, the showers are widespread. it's like this for 3:00 and 4:00, then into the evening hours, it tapers off. wind are breezy, no voiferries in place but winds could gust to 30 miles per hour, especially close to the coast. as far as rainfall, the further south you go, the less likely the rain will be. areas of the south bay could pickup less rain. this is a view of the temperatures this morning, mid 40s to mid 50s to start the day.
48 in santa rosa, 51 in livermore. san jose, 56 56 in the morning, -- 56 in the morning. 50 sen in santa rosa, if you are heading to at & t park, bring the rain gear. 58 degrees expected at game time. in the extended forecast, it's not a one day deal. cloudy tomorrow. unsettled weather tuesday, mostly cloudy wednesday and chance of showers thursday. >> you said the next weekend looks good. >> yes, sunny skies, back into the 70ss. >> looking forward to that. >> it's one of the holiest days in the christian calendar, worshipers from all around the
globe are attending easter services. people are flooding the vatican to hear pope francis attend easter mass. the pope urged world leaders to prevent the spread of conflicts. this is saint peter's square where people are taking this the sights and sounds on this easter sunday. a massive reserve of weert under the state of california, the drought stricken communities that could benefit from this new water supply. >> plus a huge sports day in the bay area, we have the warriors and the sharks and the giants and the a's, we break it all down when we come back, stay with us >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
. welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. 70 years ago this weekend, jackie robinson broke the color barrier, in honest or -- honor of that, everyone player wore his colors. >> yesterday, huston outscored the a's 10 to one, and they did not get their first hit until the seventh inning. huston was down five - three, then this happens. springer sends this out of the
park. the a's blew a five run league. the giants are in last place, the rockies played hard ball, dusting him down the left field line. colorado is up two to nothing. then parker goes back ona deep ball. he makes the catch but hits the fence. he goes back. he is going to run right into the wall and he went down for the count. you saw him reaching his shoulder, right now he is day- to-day, he did not return yesterday. the giants had two hits. the rockies throw a shut out. five - nothing colorado. tonight, the sharks host the highly i oilers for game
three of the nhl playoff serious, it's currently tied at one game a piece, the sharks are one and five in their last six playoff games with the oilers. tonight's game begins at san jose's sap center. coming up next, the deadliest school shooting in american history. efforts are being made to remember those that lost their lives 10 years ago today. we go behind the sixteens at the arena for the last minute warriors preparations >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
it may be spring on the calendar but do not tell that to the people on the slopes, skiing and boarding conditions could not be better. many resorts are seeing a record level of snow fall. >> i am expecting a killer day with slamming conditions. >> awesome. just slamming. >> many resorts are being forced to close soon because of contracts with the united states forest service including kirkwood ski resort. today is the last day for kirkwood skiing and snow boarding but others plan to stay open through fourth of july. >> north star is shutting down and home wood is shutting down because a lot of is property
belongs to the national forest service. but some others are open until the fourth of july. imagine skiing in the morning and nen jumping into the ocean. >> that's a good day. -- then jumping into the ocean. >> that's a good day. okay. we have the weather forecast. >> it's going to be soggy, this is a live look at the sap center, they are going to have a great game. if you are going to a game, maybe the giants or the a's, bring the rain gear, we are looking at some afternoon showers. right now a mostly cloudy start but a dry start. 48 degrees in santa rosa, 58 in san francisco. lower 50s in livermore. 56 in san jose, we have a vie
of the storm tracker, northern california is getting some rain today. this is where the brunt of the system is. we are on the tail end and we are going to get rain. it looks like the north bay favored for the morning hours but by the afternoon we are all getting some rain, this is a look at the system offshore. we have some rain entering into areas of sonoma county and lake county, here's your easter forecast, if you are going to be hunting for eggs, do it during the morning hours unless you like the rain. 50 degrees to start the morning. by noon, 50 to 60 degrees and for the afternoon, upper 50s to mid 60s with the chance of showers lingering into the evening hours. rainfall amounts, more over portions of the north bay but
we could see .2 inches around the south bay and the central bay. maybe half an inch in some of our wetter spots. when i come back we look at the afternoon highs for today. more rain on the way in the extended forecast. thank you. the arena will be packed with fans as the warriors make their fifth straight appearance in the playoffs today. they won 67 games but there was a bit of a bump in the road when kevin durant went down, but he is back, he has three games under his belt and he is ready to begin the quest for the title. >> it's not about me, it's about the whole group. one player does not win a lose a championship. you do it as a group. i am excited to go through it
with this group. hopefully we get there. >> it's going to be a busy day in oakland. the a's play at 1:05 this afternoon. if you are heading down there. you may want to take bart. >> right now, the arena is empty but not for long. >> reporter: a lot of last minute preparations underway, check out the shirt, defend our ground. 2017 playoffs and on the back, strength in numbers. the reason for defend our ground is to make sure that the warriors can maintain that home court advantage through the playoffs and into the finals. the game starting this afternoon, the warriors not taking anything for granted. they are taking it seriously
and they say this is the nba, if any team can make it to the finals, that means that they are a great team and anything can happen, any time. one of the reasons we are looking in this direction is they are testing last minute effect for the fans, they want to keep that under wraps, i have a seen it, it's cool. fans will not be disappointed. this is the area where steph curry makes this huge shot. i am not going to try it. >> come on. >> reporter: they are working under the hoop again. >> you are disappointing us. >> reporter: do you know what i think is sad, they had that sound effect cued up for me because they anticipated that i was going to take the sho shot
and -- take the shot and they would have made that sound. what if i made it? any way, the warriors are anticipating a sellout game as you might imagine, right now tickets are still available, we have seen ticket prices ranging from $130, that's up in the second row, section 201, rose one, two and three, still good seats, you can see the game and see a lot of the action but they are advising people, get the tickets from warriors.com because they do not want anyone to end up at the arena with bogus tickets. >> we have an hour and a half to work on that shot.
we will see you shortly christian. >> i have been asked, nobody else on the court. maybe i will try something from off the court. do not expect much. >> okay. we never do. thank you christian. >> we have to leave you christian. if you are going to the game, there will be a tongue of traffic. the warriors take on the trail blazers. the a's are facing the astros, officials for both teams said public transportation is the best bet. you have the bart station right there. today is the 10th anniversary of the deadliest school shooting in united
states history. it was the shooting at virginia tech, after the rampage, the gunman turned the gun on himself. people are participation in a vigil and moment of silence. fire crewed battled a five alarm fire on high street. this is the same home that was fully engulfed friday afternoon. the cause of the fire has yet to be determined and an investigation is underway. new details out of fremont where a fire charred 30 vehicles at insurance auto auctions thursday afternoon, sky fox was overhead as crews
worked to put the flames out. you can see several cars burning, the cause of the fire is under investigation and no injuries were reported. >> california highway patrol is investigating a deadly crash in gilroy in southern santa clara county. it was reported after 5:30 yesterday afternoon not far from highway 132, the crash involved an suv and motorcycle, it's not clear who was killed. california highway patrol is investigating another fatal crash, this one in the santa cruz mountains. one person was killed when a car went off a cliff late yesterday afternoon. it's not clear if the person that died was the driver on the passenger. >> the san francisco zoo has said good by to its popular bear, he was one of the oldest polar bears in captivity. she died friday after her health had been declining.
she was the evenly polar bear at the san francisco zoo but there are plans to design and build a new polar bear facility at the zoo. >> brawls in berkeley yesterday as pro and anti-trump protestors clashed violently. we have information on the arrests and the damage from the protests. it's another change for a historic building in downtown san francisco. the plan for the old bank building. >> do not forget, tomorrow night is a big night. there is a new option to watch ktvu fox news at 11:00. join julie and frank tomorrow night for the maiden voyage. we will be right back >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up. the annual union street spring celebration is being held today in san francisco. the street fair includes more than just the easter bunny, joining us to talk about the araid is the founder. hi leslie. >> good morning. >> how are you? >> great. >> tell us what we can expect? >> you can expect, hopefully, no rain, you can expect a lot of activity come rain or come shiep, lots happening on the street today. you can see that everyone is getting ready right now. we have costumed characters and a bubble jump and a petting zoo. easter egg hunts and a chalk
drawing, so many restaurants are open, it's a great chance for the community to come together and take part on the streets. >> i know union street is a bedroom community. i know that all of the parking meters are decorated a week before, this is a big community effort. >> yes. it is, it seems to be more so now more than ever, neighbors and all of the areas in san francisco, especially ours, come together and want it to be an open, fun day between merchants and services and stores and restaurants and people, it's really great. we have been here for 26 years, doing this festival. we have seen three generations of families and kids bringing their kids to this event. it's the biggest little parade in san francisco and so much
fun, i love it. >> how did it grow to be, 26 years is a lot. >> it grew because there is a lot of stores that had hats like this that say different things and lots of different groups and people that wanted to create a community event. there was no one, there is a lot of them back east but nothing like this. individual people were there to put floats together and stores came together and did that and one thing led to another and people love the parade and we love the fun, i love it, how can you not love what is going on here today. >> i am sitting next to our weather girl, do you want to ask her for some sunshine. >> no pressure. >> like i said, we hope there
is sunshine but we will do it one way or another, but we could use a little help. so please, hold off the rain. >> thawk leslie, all of the best for the union street easter parade. >> thank you, happy easter, have fun, come on down. >> all right. thank you. i guess it's up to you. >> so the event starts at 10:00, i say, get there at 10:00. the parade starts at 2:00, that's hit or miss, 10:00 should be okay. but it's a warm rain, not too bad. cloudy skies out there this morning. this is a live look at the golden gate bridge, folks are out and about, we had a
beautiful sun rise, if you were at a sun rise service, i saw it for yourself. right now we are clouded over. eventually we will get the rain. the system has been offshore for most of the morning and now it's moving in. we have some rain over the north bay area. areas near bodega bay and petaluma and lake county, scattered showers. this is going to move across the bay area in the coming hours, by the afternoon, it's going to going to be widespread. the further north you go, the more you are going to get. half an inch for the wetter spots. most of us get .1 inches, not a big deal but enough to make the
ground wet and enough to need the rain gear if you are going to be out. the winds are gusty along the coast line, snow levels in the sierras hover at 6,000 feet. no advisories for i-80 or highway 50 for today but there is a lake wind advisory in the tahoe area. here's a look at the future cast. the rain is widespread over the north bay but the central and south bay dry along the coast line, by lunch hour, that's when the games are beginning, be prepared for some rain, it's not going to go away. here's 3:00 in the afternoon, still scattered showers, by the evening hours, it tapers off but it does not go away completely, we are unsllted
into the -- unsettled into the week ahead. for the afternoon today, upper 50s to lower 60s for most. a few mid 60s out there. fremont, 65. in the north bay, 57 in santa rosa and 58 for pacifica. rain likely for the afternoon, the southerly breeze at 20 miles per hour. if you are doing tailgating it's breezy out there. here's the extended forecast. going to be cloudy and a bit rainy, monday, not too bad. tuesday, scattered showers in the forecast. mostly cloudy went with another chance of showers thursday. temperatures in the upper 60s. these are warmer storms, no major storms though. just a bit of rain, a bit soggy. >> thank you rose mary. >> coming up, the owners of a
historic bank in san francisco are having trouble attracting new tenets. the building was built in 1892, it survived the earthquake, the building is still on the rental market after a year, the owner now plans to lease parts of the building floor by floor to attract some tenets. >> it's not your ordinary office space but there is an innovative idea coming soon. >> it could be a restaurant, a law office or a department store. >> it's an unusual building but it's beautiful. rent for parts of the building start at $8,000 a month depending on the side. >> welcome to san francisco. the usgs said california may be able to tap into
reserves the brackish water. a new study estimates that there is 7 billion feet of brackish water under the central valley. it canning used used for mining and oil production and it could be desalinated and used for drinking water. stay with us, up next, the football stolen at a charity auction, signed by jerry rice, the investigation into who took the football and why coming up. >> helping animals in need, the increases demand thanks to storms that continue to move through california >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
>> sacramento wildlife kara sewsation says it helps 6,000 animals every year. new video this morning of a large funnel cloud forming over the texas panhandle. a storm chaser caught this video of the possible tornado. severe weather hit the area friday night with witnesses reporting nearly half a dozen tornadoes touching down in the region. the national weather service has yet to confirm a tornado but local authorities say it left behind broken power lines and damage to several homes. a strange story out of the land down under.
three baby koalas stolen from the home of a wildlife caregiver in australia. they were part of a group being cared for. the caregiver believes they were stolen sometime in the past few days. it's not clear why someone would target them. they are in need of medication and they're too young to fend for themselves. no leads as to where they might be. the time is 8:57. the warriors a couple games away from another title. they can do it. we have a live report on the quest to bring home another title to the bay area. the playoffs tip off in about three and a half hours. >> uh-huh. we have the countdown going. tenses between north korea and the u.s. increase. the failed launch and response from the korean peninsula today.
>> this is ktvu mornings on 2 weekend. >> you know what, it is a good day to commute into sap fran apparently. easter sunday, there's not a lot of cars on the road. ♪[music] >> on what could be a wet day eventually anyway. welcome to mornings on 2, everyone. it is easter sunday. it is april the 16th. i'm frank mallicoat.
and we've got rosemary in for the vacationing claudine. >> yes. yes. >> for the holiday. >> sleeping in and having a good time. glad to be with you this morning. we are tracking another system. actually already beginning to move into the bay area. i will have more on that coming up. >> a little bit of rain coming our way. first here are headlines for our sunday. we follow the effects of yesterday's protest and clashes in berkeley. several people remain in jail this morning after things got a little out of hand saturday afternoon. one person was stabbed and several taken to the hospital. the clean-up continues for civic center park and surrounding streets. a busy sports sunday across the bay area, with four home games happening today. that includes the warriors kicking off their quest for an nba championship today. >> yeah. that's coming up at 12:30. sharks taking to the ice. game three of the stanley cup playoff. that's in the south bay later tonight. afternoon baseball on tap too. it is unusual but both the giants and the a's are at home.
and on this easter sunday, millions of the faithful are celebrating all across the world, including pope francis delivering mass earlier this morning at st. peter's square. >> might also mean going outside with little ones today hunting for easter eggs and enjoying candy and the rain again. already moving in. >> well, bring it on, i guess. we have no choice. >> we have no choice, like it or not. >> how much and when is it coming. >> not a lot but definitely enough to warrant the umbrella and the rain gear. over the north bay, already beginning to see green on the screen. i'm talking about the radar screen. giving you a live look over oakland where we are starting out with mostly cloudy skies. still a dry one in areas of the east bay. the south bay also dry at the moment. but that will change. giving you a view here at the temperatures this morning. starting out in the mid-40s, mid-50s for some. santa rosa has taken a baby leap. started out in the mid-40s.
now 50 outside your door. upper 50s in oakland. san jose 58. with all of the cloud cover in place, we're off to a warmer start. we won't have the sunshine today. so we are of course looking at the rain and the clouds. a little bit of snow. snow levels will be high. the only advisory in place over lake tahoe is a lake wind advisory. let's scoot in closer and look at the rain. earlier in the morning it was well off shore. now it is along the coastline. a good band there over the north bay and into lake county as well. scooting some more. and we've got some right on the edge of san francisco. ocean beach, areas near pacifica, stretching down through half moon bay. maybe over at&t park, drizzle going on. it will take a little while. giving you a look at the north bay where we definitely probably -- definitely and probably have some light rain going on from bodega bay and
stretches over to areas like petaluma and santa rosa, along highway 101 and windsor and cloverdale. this will continue throughout the morning hours. as expected the north bay will see it first. the rest of us by about 10:00, noon time we will start to see that chance for rain and it will increase as we get into the afternoon. temperature-wise, mid-50s to about 60 expected for your lunch hour. upper 50s to mid-60s with showers across the bay area. tapering off tonight. when i come back, we will have a detailed look at the afternoon highs. how much rainfall is expected with the system, time it out for and you talk about more rain in the extended forecast. frank. >> okay, thank you, rosemary. the golden state warriors getting ready for their first game of the playoffs today at oracle. crews have already put up the strength in numbers banners and signs all around the arena. the warriors tipping off shortly. 12:30 against the portland trail blazers.
the head coach steve kerr has a message for all of the fans too. >> most importantly as the playoffs begin on sunday, i want to encourage all of the fans to bring the energy, bring the passion, and help us win. >> i don't think that will be a problem. >> oh, no. we're going to bring it, coach. >> they always do. it is the team's fifth straight appearance in the nba playoffs. >> christien kafton is out at oracle this morning checking out the scene. what have you got for us. >> reporter: yeah. as you might imagine, a beehive of activity here at oracle arena. the dance team prepping for the game today. they have to get ready just like the players. as you might imagine, the players set to arrive at oracle arena pretty soon. you can see the arena a sea of gold. those are this year's t-shirts, the defend our ground t-shirts sure to be a fan favorite. all morning long you have been pestering me to take that shot. you know, i just talked to the managers here. obviously the dance team is out
there right now. we can't use that. we have highlights from last season as you know basketball filled with highlights. we have highlights from a young rookie player who made his way out on to the court [laughter] >> he worked hard and showed a lot of heart out there and he was able to make that shot. >> nice. >> reporter: i will say that -- yes, exactly. >> you were a pick out of berkeley, is that the deal? >> reporter: let me just say i was scouted but i didn't quite make it to the nba so i chose television instead. now, if you guys ask me to try to do some of this, like the dance team, don't ask me to do that. i've already embarrassed myself taking that shot. but i'm not going to embarrass myself with the dance team. as you might imagine, oracle will be packed today. it is not sold out yet but they are anticipating a sell-out later on today.
tickets are available for 30 bucks. you can make it out at 12:30 today. >> good to know that you've got game. >> yes, definitely. >> a little bit. >> christien kafton live for us at oracle as the dance team gets ready for today's big game. >> it is 9:06. new this morning, in other news, vallejo police say eight teenagers were injured in an overnight shooting at a house party. the gunfire erupted shortly after midnight where teenagers had gathered for a party. all victims are in stable condition this morning. police are now looking for two suspects who were spotted racing away from the scene in a four-door sedan. it's not clear what led up to the shooting. and in milpitas, police arrested a man who allegedly stole a football that was sold at auction for 3500. lamb from san jose turned himself in yesterday after seeing a photo of himself on the news. according to police, he and
another suspect worked together to steal a football that was signed by jerry rice. police are still looking for the second suspect here along with three other people of interest. the event was a benefit for orphan children with special needs in china. two people were hurt in an overnight fire at a motel in san jose. it happened just before 12:30 this morning at the hotel on monterey road. firefighters were able to get to the fire, get it under control in under 30 minutes. we don't know the condition of the two people who were hurt. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. police say at least 20 people were arrested after supporters and opponents of president trump clashed on the streets of berkeley. and more arrests are possible. >> come on. >> hey, hey, hey. >> this was the violent scene yesterday afternoon. several people were hurt in the melee near civic center park in the downtown area. the fights began just before noon, before start of the pro-
trump rally. the violence continued throughout the afternoon. this was the second time in the past two months there were dualing protests near this park in downtown berkeley. leigh martinez tells us how berkeley police prepared and responded to the latest demonstration. >> reporter: same park, same clashing demonstrations. but berkeley police say they changed some police tactics. >> the same way that we handled something the last time is not necessarily the way we will handle something this time. >> reporter: this time police tried to restrict access into the park and separated with plastic fencing. the fencing didn't stop protesters from reaching each other. >> there were three to four people, one pepper sprayed me in the face. >> reporter: neither side applied for city permits to be here. police found out about it from social media. they published a list of items found at the protest last month that are now prohibited in the
park. >> metal pipes, baseball bats, wood, poles, bricks, rocks. >> you can't bring your guitar inside. >> it's a weapon. >> it is prohibited. >> reporter: but prohibited items were still brought in. along with full soda cans thrown. >> come on. >> reporter: the protests also spilled out into streets. people once again got hurt. seven people were taken to the hospital and one person was stabbed. >> we're going to go try to break it up. it doesn't mean that the person is going to go to jail if the other person doesn't want to press charges. >> reporter: police made 20 arrests. when asked if berkeley police handled the clashing protests better this time around, we were told this. >> you're asking me to compare protests or demonstrations and i -- i just don't think that's possible. because every protest or demonstration is different. >> reporter: leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. time now 9:09. north korea launched a missile from the eastern coast but it
failed. north korea tempted to launch but the missile exploded on the launch pad almost immediately. the failed launch comes a day after the country celebrated the 105th birthday of the country's founder. military leaders are still holding their ground against the u.s. >> if the united states provokes us, our revolutionary power will strike the enemy to any late them. we will take all of the action that we have, regardless whether the u.s. provokes us with full scale war or nuclear war. >> the president, presume presume, is keeping quiet, not releasing any statement on that launch. the number dead after an attack in afghanistan by the largest nonnuclear weapon ever continues to rise. afghan officials say at least 1 hunterrorrists from the islamic state are now dead. and that number could continue to go up. the mother of all bombs was used to dismantle a it up he will built and used by isis.
the u.s. estimates there are six and 800 isis fighters in afghanistan. vice president mike pence arrived in south korea today as part of a ten-day trip to asia. the vice president placed a wreath on the seoul national cemetery at the start of his trip, alongside his wife and two daughters. pence is also expected to join u.s. troops for eastern sunday church services and dinner. there is talk that president trump may also visit south korea which would be his first international visit. we will have continuing coverage of the trip as he is set to head to japan, australia and indonesia. it is easter. how would you like to celebrate easter on the slopes? we will tell you about the conditions in tahoe and the recent ski season is ending soon for a number of resorts despite the fact that they have a truckload of snow in the sierra. up next, new report warning of a potential hazard in marin county. the reason that hundreds of buildings there could be in danger of flooding. but not because of rain.
>> happy sunday to you. hope you're having a nice one. we were off two a dry start. that is slowly changing. >> a little ominous there. >> wet weather in the forecast. more coming up. >> bring on the rain. a new report warns that hundreds of buildings in marin county could face flooding. >> it's not because of rain but rising sea levels. tom with how that could mean a dramatic change of the landscape in the north bay. >> reporter: it is a huge study hundreds of pages long detailing will fine degree what scientists engineers and planners see asthma rina's more aquatic future. color coded maps show what areas are up to flood in the next few years. and those that will flood near the end of the century when water is expected to be five feet higher than it is now. it sets the stage to answer three most important questions. >> what adaptation options do we want to consider in what locations in the county and what is best for our future. >> you look at where we built our cities and towns, you look
where the infrastructure is. there's quite a bit along the shoreline. >> reporter: that includes massive changes to if not the loss of sausalito's world famous waterfront. sea level rise will take a huge toll on city, county and state parks, including the mill valley sausalito path, mcginnis park, all could be done. >> we have incredible coastal researches. trails, marshes that are home to endangered species. if we don't do something, those will turn into bathtubs. it will be a hardened shoreline. >> reporter: restoration of the bay's traditional wetlands actually presents a real solution. >> the same time we're protecting species and habitats we're using the habitats to help protect communities and infrastructure from the impacts of climate change. >> reporter: this and what models lack is the effects of flooded and backed up underground drains as well as
storm rainoff. that can actually in places that have yet to flood. >> a lot of the locations flood because of underground pipes. also the runoff from storm events into the creeks and the bay. >> reporter: marin will hold three public information meetings before the end of the month where the public, including some of the climate change deniers, can attend. all right. let's tap into that weather forecast now. >> uh-huh. >> because we have a little bit of rain coming our way this afternoon. >> absolutely. going to need the umbrella, the rain gear. unless you like getting -- >> you said that a lot this year. >> i know. right. >> yeah. >> flying home from my vacation yesterday, wow, everything was so green. the entire state just looking good. and we are looking at a green mount diablo where we are again are awaiting more rain for that mountain as well as the rest of the bay area.
it is sliding in over portions of the north bay and seeing it along the coastline. the northern california corridor right in here getting the brunt of it. we will get a bit. no advisories in place. fairly weak system. but enough to get us wet. here is a look at storm tracker 2 where this band of rain is already moving in from the most and over portions of the north bay as expected. the north bay getting it first as well as the coastline here. you can see now we have green crossing san francisco as well. so perhaps some light rain falling here. ocean beach all the way down to about half moon bay we have that line there. as we go farther north, over mount tam and along highway 101, san rafael, novato, in towards santa rosa, we have petaluma in there, hills approximateberg, cloverdale, stretching across st. helena. some return going on there. drizzle is starting to fall a bit in your neighborhood as well. and over portions of lake county, we've got some scattered shower activity. this system going to bring a
few one hundredths of an inch to portions of the south bay. perhaps a tenth of an inch. the farther north you go, the better bet that you will get rain out of here. a quarter inch for santa rosa expected. and half an inch for the wetter locations. the winds will pick up in the afternoon. it could be especially breezy along the coastline. no advisories in place. going to the sierra, snow levels will be hovering between 6,000 and 7,000 feet. no advisories on i-80 or highway 50. but there is a lake wind advisory out there for today. here is the futurecast model rolling into noon time. widespread over the north bay, down the coastline. the inner east bay and the south bay, your lunch hour could be mainly dry. in the second half of the afternoon, it continues to move through. it is the afternoon when it is expected to be at it's heaviest and most widespread. here is 4:00 as we get into the -- well, preevening hours. maybe around dinner time. winding down just a little bit. i would expect it to be fairly soggy for most of the afternoon
and then by tonight it starts to move out of the way. temperatures this. month, upper 50s in oakland. 54 san francisco. and in the south bay, 58 in san jose. afternoon highs for today, upper 50s to low 60s for most. if you go into the south bay, areas like san jose, morgan hill, you're expected to hit 65. so perhaps a little humid for you this afternoon. giving you a view at what you can expect if you're going to see the giants play. bring along your ballpark. a southerly breeze at 20 miles per hour. and temperatures 58 at game time. not going much above that for the second half of the afternoon either. your extended forecast, frank, don't put the umbrella away. >> okay. >> we've got soggy conditions for the start of the week. it looks like scattered showers a possibility on tuesday. maybe even thursday before we dry out and warm up. >> but we still have that april showers thing. >> april showers bring may
flowers. >> and the may flowers bring. >> june gloom. >> no. more rain, i guess. president trump delivered his weekly address from the white house this morning. the commander in chief commenting on the passover and easter holidays. >> another day of faith and celebration is also upon us. this easter sunday, christians celebrate the resurrection of christ and the promise of eternal salvation. this is a season of great hope. this week jewish families across our country and around the world celebrate passover and retell the story of god's deliverance of the jewish people. thank you. have a happy easter. a happy passover. god bless you. and god bless america. well, it is of course one of the holiest days in the christian calendar. worshipers are attending easter sunday services today, including here in the bay area.
tens of thousands of the faithful also flooding the vatican to hear pope francis' easter mass this morning. the pope denounced oppressive regimes in his easter message. we're taking a live look at st. peter's square where it's beginning to lose the daylight there. right now there are still people though taking in the sights and the sounds on this easter sunday. many miles away. beautiful. a massive reserve of water near california. the drought stricken communities that could benefit from the new supply. get ready for a busy sports day in the bay area. you want the warriors and sharks in the playoffs? we've got that. you want the a's and giants playing at home? we've got that too. we will check in on the sporting world when we come back. a new option to watch ktvu news. the 11:00 news begins next week right after the 10:00 news.
>> 70 years ago this week, hall of famer jackie robinson broke the color barrier in major league baseball. in his honor yesterday every player wore number 42 now retired by every club, including the a's and the astros. the a's jumped in early. belts out a home run. then it got a little ugly. houston outscored the a's 2-1. 7th inning, a single. and then the flood gates opened. alex singles to left. he will fly home. houston goes up 5-3. oh, yeah. we've got more. george springer sends one out of the park. the a's blow a five-run lead and lose it 10-6. don't look now but the giants are struggling. they're 5-8, last place. rockies playing hardball. a little chalk dusting double. that is trouble.
2-0 rockies. 4th inning a scary moment. watch the left fielder. jared parker going back. nice grab but runs right into the wall, shoulder first. he was in a lot of pain. he will take a knee. had to leave the game. and he is day-to-day now. giants had just two hits in the game. not getting it done. the rockies throw a shutout. colorado a big winner. same two teams go at it today at at&t park. how about hockey. the sharks hosting the oilers. it is game three of their opening round stanley cup playoffs. >> the series is tied at one game a piece. they could be in for a tough battle tonight. the sharks are 1-5 in the last six playoff games with the oilers. new technology will be used to run in the boston marathon tomorrow. here is how it works. the runner wears a pair of google glass that has a camera
mounted on the frame. because it is connect today an app on the runner's phone, they can connect to someone anywhere in the united states that sees everything from their point of view and can guide them through the streets as they run. >> i can trigger this app on my phone and that puts me in touch with a remote agent that can say, okay, here is the layout. i'm nervous, anxious and excited. i'm really eager to see how it turns out. >> understandably so. amazing. the app works beyond the boston marathon. as long as someone can see the runner's point of view from his cam, they can be guided in and around anywhere in the u.s. >> i remember i followed an 86- year-old runner once. >> 86. >> and he made it all the way through and had a pretty good time too. by the way, it's 80 degrees in boston today. >> it will be a warm run. >> coming up, the deadliest school shooting. efforts being made to remember those who lost their lives at virginia tech ten years ago today.
couldn't be more ideal. many resorts are seeing record level snowfall this season. >> i'm expecting a killer day with all-time conditions. the right side is just slamming, getting fully pitted face shots. everything. >> all right, dude. a little heat coming at you. you better hurry if you want to take advantage of the spring skiing. all resorts will be forced to close soon because of contracts with the u.s. forest service. that is a look at kirkwood. the final final despite the fact that they have a truckload of snow up there. mammoth mountain will stay open through the fourth of july. a number of mountains winding down. >> they have to shut down. you know, i guess we -- we're down here seeing sunshine and you don't think to jump on 80 and 50 and go skiing. >> i think i may have missed my opportunity. the times that i was going to go up, i didn't want to fight the roadway conditions. they were really bad. >> you've still got time.
>> yeah? >> around town we will be a little wet. >> yes. we have rain moving into the bay area. giving you a live look at the golden gate bridge. >> it looks wet. >> yes. >> dry for most of the morning. that is changing as we speak. and as we get into the afternoon, it's going to be wild spread. let's take a look at some of your numbers this morning. 50 degrees to start your day in santa rosa. 51 in san francisco. upper 50s in oakland. livermore, low 50s. upper 50s san jose with a lot of gray ski. even though the temperatures are warmer this morning, we don't have the sunshine. if it's not raining outside your door, chances are it will eventually. giving you a view at storm tracker 2 with the system moving ashore. the brunt right in here. we're catching some of it as well. anywhere from a few one hundredths over the south bay to a quarter inch for the central bay. here is a view of where the brand of rain -- band of rain is at the moment. san francisco down the
coastline to half moon bay. north bay now beginning to see widespread rain. inside the bay, approaching the east bay, let's go in closer and we will take a look at a few cities here. from san francisco down through south san francisco and almost to san mateo, meanwhile along the coastline from ocean beach and we showed you the golden gate bridge with a wet roadway now, down to half moon bay. shifting east, we have rain perhaps beginning to fall over the east bay shoreline. oakland, alameda, san leandro, down through hayward. north, we have richmond, berkeley in there. farther north, richmond san rafael bridge over american canyon. take a look at this. we definitely have rain along highway 101 went petaluma, santa rosa. it moving through areas. and farther north, lake county area. giving you a view of what you can expect for your afternoon today. by noon time, mid-50s to about 60 degrees. chance of rain increasing by about noon time.
then as we get into the afternoon, widespread scattered shower activity with upper 50 toss mid-60s in the forecast for today. i'll time out the system. and in the extended forecast, more rain on the way. more on that coming up in a bit. >> thank you, rosemary. in just a couple hours, oracle arena will be packed with fans as the warriors make their fifth straight appearance in the nba playoffs. they dominated the regular season as expected. they didn't win 73 but we will settle for 67 winners. there was the big bump in the road when kevin durant went down with a knee injury. he is back now and is anxious to start his first post season with this team and begin the quest for his first championship. >> it's not about me. it's about the whole group. you know, one player doesn't win a championship. one player doesn't lose a championship. you do it as a group. i'm excited to go through it with this group. hopefully we get there.
>> well, it's going to be a busy day. by the coliseum and oracle. the a's are playing at 1:05 as well. people are being told plan ahead. get there early. if you can, take public transportation. >> yes. christien kafton is at oracle arena this morning where even though it is fairly empty, it has to be exciting in there. to be in there. >> reporter: absolutely. they say how do you get to the nba? practice, practice, practice. some warriors already starting their practice out here in oracle arena, getting ready for the game today. game time is 12:30. we still have time. but of course these warriors want to stay loose and get ready for the game. today's first round playoffs against portland trail blazers. now, the warriors heavily favored in this. the team not taking this lightly. not for a moment. they say if you're in the nba and if you're in the playoffs, you are a tough team by definition. you can see getting ready for
the game. we had the dance team getting ready earlier. and then the junior jam out here. these young kids out here will be dancing as well. they need to get prepped and ready for the game. keep in mind, guys, that will are still tickets available. warriors.com is the way to get the tickets. if you want to get tickets, they put out an alert that there is a fraud alert. as you can imagine, the tickets are in high demand. bad guys looking to separate you from your money. the worst way to spend this easter sunday would be standing outside while the warriors take on the trail blazers. so if you're looking for those tickets, there are still some tickets available. they are available through warriors.com. it's a reputable source, so i hear, as you might imagine. >> you would hope. >> reporter: i saw a couple of tickets available. everything from $7,000 court side seats to some seats up there in section 220, rows 1 through 4. those seats were
going for about 130 bucks. still a great way to watch the game. really the warriors saying that they need the fans to really bring it. they want to keep the home court advantage through the playoffs and carry it right through the final. so they're looking for the fans to be sure that they bring that energy and make sure that oracle arena comes alive tonight. as much as we look up to them, they want to hear it from us. they want it hear that we're excited and pumped for the post season. >> no doubt in my mind that the fans will be bringing it. >> pardon me but i'm shocked there are tickets available. i would see it on a secondary market. but are these tickets that were sold and reselling or they haven't sold them yet. >> reporter: this is usually the way it works. they have always have a few tickets available at the end. and they always wind up selling out. >> i would hope. >> reporter: hours leading up to the game. the demand for the tickets, you know, increases as people say there are a couple tickets available. they snap them up and then oracle is packed. >> if you're smart, you should go hide and pop out about
12:35. you might catch a great game today. good stuff, christien kafton. >> reporter: it would be great. >> over at oracle. thank you. the time now is 9:38. today is the tenth anniversary of the deadliest school shooting in u.s. history. on april the 16th, 2007, a gunman shot and killed 32 people on the campus of virginia tech. after the rampage he turned the gun on himself. this weekend the university is honoring those who were killed. thousands of people taking part in a 3.2 mile run in campus in memory of the 32 victims. today there will be a candle light vigil and a moment of silence. e. late yesterday, the governor pardoned 72 ex- convicts. three of the 72 people served in the u.s. military. all those pardoned had completed their sentences. in addition, the governor commuted the sentences of 7 prisoners, making them now eligible for parole.
now to uc davis where the student senate voted displaying the american fly optional at the meetings. the old rules called for it to be displayed or the preceding officer had to explain why it wasn't there. the new rule says flying the flag should not be compulsory. senators can ask for the flag to be displayed. and the president pro testimony can either approve or deny the request. the san francisco zoo has said good-bye to the polar bear uluu. one of the oldest in captivity. she was 36 years old and died on friday. the zoo rescued her when she was only 3 years old. she was the only polar bear at the zoo. there are plans in place to design and build a new facility for polar bears. it is 9:39 on this sunday. another big change for a historic building in downtown san francisco. a new name and an ambitious new plan for that building there,
the century old hibernia bank. more on that when we come back. jack vo: things get a lot more interesting at night. jack vo: vampires wake up. jack vo: werewolves come out. jack vo: the boogie man gets his boogie on. jack vo: and my hashbrowns turn into my new munchie mashups. jack vo:they come with crispy hashbrowns and tasty white cheese mashed up with your choice of savory egg and bacon, buffalo chicken and ranch, or jalapeños and bacon. jack vo: so you can keep going until the sun comes up. jack vo: ouch, that's gotta hurt. jack vo: introducing my new munchie mashups. only at jack in the box.
♪[music] ♪i've got to be moving on ♪. ♪[music] >> folks moving on this morning. we've got gray skies overhead. we have the rain beginning to fall. it's going to be a soggy sunday, folks. i will have a look at what to expect coming up. the owner of the historic bank and downtown san francisco are having a hard time attracting new tenants. the hibernia bank was built in 1892 and survived the quake. it has undergone a renovation but it is still on the rental market after more than a year. the owner plans to lease parts
of the building by floor to attract new tenants. >> it's not your ordinary office space. but i think there's going to be an innovative idea coming soon. >> it could be a restaurant. it could be a law office. it could be a department store. it has all sorts of flexibility. >> rent for parts of the building start at $8,000 a month. depending on the square footage. uc berkeley is teaming up with pete's coffee. pete's coffee will be served at all campus coffee bars and carts. as part of the deal, pete's is providing $8 million over ten years. pete's is committed to hiring cal graduates through the uc berkeley career center and they will provide annual scholarships and paid internships. streaming company netflix has decided to move many operations back to california. sf gate reports that netflix wants to bring as much production to california as possible.
the company has a $6 billion production budget and originally making projects in other states to benefit from their tax incentives. >> i wish i bought their stock about three years ago. >> uh-huh. >> i would be retired. you don't see it often these days. a celebrity performance with no cell phones in sight. >> it is happening more and more at big concerts and performances. crystal clark shows us a new tool that forces people to pocket their phones. >> reporter: if you've been to a concert any time over the last decade, you know what it's like. >> i've been to shows where the faux goes off and you hear it and you're looking around to see who it is. >> it is disrupting. >> reporter: a crowd full of fans feet away from their favorite celebrities and yet they're watching them through a small screen. >> i don't think it is good for the performers. >> reporter: some performers are now shaking things up. chris rock kicked off the two day campus stop of the blackout tour with a new policy, no cell
phones allowed. as fans entered the theater friday night, they were handed a yander bag, a pouch that locks your phone inside. similar to a security tag in a clothing store. >> the biggest thing is you get to keep your phone with you just locked inside of the case. at no time are you giving up your cell phone. >> reporter: not only does it keep people from recording shows and posting them online, officials say it is designed to help fans focus on why they came. >> people obviously are more focused on the show. but we see people interacting more. >> reporter: kathy was open to the idea. >> not looking at my phone is a good thing. i can relax and have fun. >> reporter: not everyone was eager to part with their devices. >> it is horrible. i'm not going to lie. it isn't a concert. it is a comedian. it's not like somebody is going to be recording the video. >> reporter: chris rock joins other comedians and musicians.
>> some people think we're the bad guys. really we're the good guys. >> i love that idea. >> i love the idea. >> you know, you've got kids. i mean, isn't it okay to interact and that kind of thing. >> right. >> we're always -- i've got -- we've got them out here for crying out loud. >> i see a great shot and i pick up my phone and capture it. >> weather-wise, i'll let you spill the beans. >> okay. i guess. and it is already falling in some areas. a wide view there of the oakland skyline where we are with gray skies and still mainly dry conditions. all of us likely to get at least a little bit of rain. the farther south you go, you won't get as much as the north bay. in any case, keep the rain gear handy. giving you a view at storm tracker 2 where you can see the storm just right off the coast and moving ashore at this point. we started out dry. but now the coast as well as portions of the north bay and lake county reporting some rain. and here we go with this band
of rain. you can see it stretches from the north bay across the water and then out towards areas along the coast. half moon bay, pacifica, ocean beach, san francisco. we had a picture of the golden gate bridge a little while ago. the road is now wet. shifting into the east bay, shifting into the north bay. it's been in the north bay for a couple hours now. here we go with wet roadway from san francisco all the way down to san mateo. and now creeping in on redwood city. if we go east, we have the east bay shoreline from areas near hercules, richmond, oakland, san leandro, alameda and hayward and all of the small communities right in there along highway 24. perhaps a few sprinkles through areas connecting to walnut creek and 680 now through san ramon seeing green on the screen. scattered showers along highway 101, novato and hillsberg. you can see quite a bit into sonoma and over the hills. you probably have good rain falling stretching over to st.
helena and into lake county. for the afternoon today, expect it to be more widespread. it will eventually continue east and south. the south bay, you will get it eventually into the afternoon. but here we go with rainfall amounts. anywhere from a few one hundredths to perhaps two tenths an inch. the central bay liking to pick up two tenths of an inch. some of the wetter spots half an inch. it could be breezy at times, especially along the coastline. no advisories in place here at home. if you're going to the sierra, the only advisory in place by the national weather service is a lake wind advisory. definitely breezy out there. snow levels starting out high and eventually lowering. but nothing in the way of advisories for i-80 or highway 50. at least not at the moment. here is a look at futurecast. by noon time, moving in. expect it to be fairly wet for the lunch hour. already over the north bay and along the coast. by the afternoon, if you're going to see the a's play or the giants play, be prepared.
because we've got rain that will be coming down into the afternoon. we're now winding down the day and into about sunset it begins to taper off some. and it will continue to taper off in the overnight hours. temperatures right now in the low 50s. a few low 60s. fremont 60 right now. 53 in san francisco. 50 in santa rosa. afternoon highs upper 50s to low 60s. mid 60s for portions of the south bay. could feel muggy for some. the extended forecast will be cloudy tomorrow but mainly dry. scattered showers on tuesday. mainly dry on wednesday. scattered showers a possibility on thursday. >> next weekend though looking good. >> next weekend looking good. sunny, back into the 70s. >> i feel a cold coming on. >> something to look forward to. >> all right. very good. thank you, rosemary. it is 9:49 now. the department of water resources opened up sealed bids for work to repair the spillway at the oroville dam. state engineers estimate the work will cost somewhere in the
neighborhood of $220 million. benard aims came in at $276 million. and the oroville dam constructors at $344 million. the contract could be awarded as soon as monday. and in berkeley a portion of westbound tunnel road remains closed after a big sink hole opened up yesterday morning. that closure is between bridge and vicente roads and has been causing big traffic delays for the locals there. drivers are being asked to avoid the area if you can. no word on when the westbound side of the road will reopen. the usgs says california may be able to tap into vast stores of salty waters for drinking, irrigation and industry. a new study estimates there are 7 billion acre feed of water under the central valley. it could be used as is for mining and oil production or de sal nateed and used for crops and drinking water. the oakland based institute estimates the cost of desalination is dropping enough
reporting nearly half a dozen tornadoes touching down in the region. the national weather service has yet to confirm a tornado but local authorities say the system left behind broken power lines and damage to several homes. sacramento's wildlife kara sewsation says this year's winter storms has led to an increase in animals turning up at the center, especially baby owls. the organization says it helped dozens of baby owls over the wintertime. some of the owls blown out of their nests during intense rain and strong winds. wild association helps them grow, nurtures them back and releases them back into the wild. it is one of the most unique responsibilities in the country. how would you like to be a church bell ringer? >> the national cathedral in washington, d.c. is billed as a spiritual home for the nation. the church bells will ring loud and clear on this easter sunday. [belling ringing]
>> there's a lot of magic here. >> nothing secret about it. >> this is like my extravaganza. >> if it were easy, nobody would bother doing it. we started ringing in this tower in the fall of 1963. there's 55 active towers in north america. >> i went to national cathedral school which is next door. it is kind of an unusual feeder system for bell ringers. ♪[music] ♪ring them bells from the sanctuary ♪ ♪ >> i love the sound of the bells. it's most unusual. and when it is done correctly, it is a beautiful form of music. [bells ringing] >> we ring every sunday. we ring after the service on sundays. we don't have any high tech way of knowing it. someone calls from the sound booth and tells us that the
service is over and that it is time to ring. ♪[music] ♪ ring the bells ♪ ♪ring them bells ♪ >> ten bells. >> ten notes of the d major scale that go from low d. >> they range in size from 608 pounds to 3,588 pounds. and this has been going on this way since the 1600s. ♪[music] ♪ ring them bells ♪ ♪[music] ♪ ring them bells ♪ >> it may look like we're in -- it's not a trance at all. it is a lot of concentration. >> you have to focus very much upon a couple of things. one of which is you have to be aware of your own particular sound. it has to sound in relation to everyone else. >> i can't think of what i need
to buy at the grocery store. >> if one gets completely out of place, it pretty much has to stop. you're looking for metrical precision. it is timing. >> think about striking but hard. >> it is being able to hear and see and pull your rope in a way that it is precise in relation to the other nine ropes. >> when you hear it ring, it should be as smooth and evenly placed as possible. >> dadadadada. >> you got off near the end. >> it's kind of like if everyone is singing a different note in the song, it is difficult to do that. >> it's so interconnected. [bells ringing] >> how do they rehearse without people hearing their mistakes. >> there are only ten or a dozen manual bells. a guy plays an organ and you can hear the notes and stuff.
>> oh. >> pretty cool. >> interesting. >> a quick check of weather before we go. >> okay. dry and rain moving in. >> that's all we needed to hear. >> i've got somebody screaming in my ear. >> if you're celebrating easter today, enjoy it with your family. we will see you tonight at 6:00 and 10:00. >> have a great sunday, folks. ♪ i've got my mind-set on you ♪ ♪ ♪ i've got my mind-set on you ♪ ♪ do you play? ♪ ♪ use the chase mobile app to send money in just a tap, to friends at more banks then ever before. you got next? chase. helping you master what's now and what's next.
>> chris: i'm chris wallace, north korea defies the world with a missile test that explodes just after lunch. as president trump shows a new willingness to project u.s. force. >> north korea is a problem, the problem will be taken care of. >> chris: we will report from pyongyang as the regime celebrates the birthday of its late founder with a military display. and vice president pence visits south korea amid growing tensions. then, dozens of isa spiders are killed as the military unleashes the mother of all bombs in afghanistan. >> really another successful job. we are very, very proud of our military. we will discuss president trump's decision as commander in chief with deputy national security advisor k.t. mcfarland. and as russia, iran, and syria warned